Business Litigation

Business Litigation

The ability to maintain a business and keep it growing requires immediate resolution to conflicts that have occurred as a result of breach of contract, agreement violations, employment disputes, partnership dissolutions, or any type of business legal dispute that may lead to litigation.

Protecting your rights and ensuring your business interests are equally protected means having an experienced commercial litigation attorney who understands every aspect of your business’ needs. When business disputes arise between our clients and other companies or individuals, we take the necessary legal steps to protect our clients and prepare the strongest case possible.

The Botti Law Firm, P.C. has nearly 50  years of experience representing clients in Illinois and nationwide for a variety of complex litigation matters. Our experienced and aggressive trial attorneys understand every aspect of commercial litigation. We know what your business means to you and how important it is to protect it. You can be confident that we will work diligently to obtain the best possible outcome for your commercial litigation case.

Working to Protect Your Business

Our commercial litigation attorneys represent a wide range of businesses and industries in the Chicagoland areas, across Illinois, and in major cities and states across the nation. We have continued to provide effective legal services to clients dealing with complex business concerns and commercial litigation disputes, involving:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Construction Disputes
  • Disputes with Lending Institutions
  • Employment Law Litigation and OSHA
  • Failed Joint Venture Disputes
  • Failure to Deliver Goods
  • Partnership Dissolutions
  • Pre-Litigation Injunctions
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Violations
  • White Collar Criminal Defense

Serving chicagoland since 1970
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The Botti Law Firm, P.C., conveniently located in Oak Brook and Wheaton, is a full service law firm that offers comprehensive legal representation to individuals, families, businesses and professionals from the Chicago area, including Cook, Kane, DuPage, Lake, Will and Kendall Counties, to the rest of the United States. Our experienced trial attorneys are dedicated to obtaining successful results for our clients, in both state and federal courts.

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November 11, 2020 | Uncategorized

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Grandparents’ Day Special: Fostering Relationships with Grandparents After Divorce

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The first Sunday after Labor Day is Grandparents’ Day. It is a day to celebrate the important role grandparents play in a child’s life and to celebrate the connections between generations. Divorce brings a lot of changes. Maintaining a child’s relationship with his or her grandparents during and the after the divorce may provide some […]

Consequences of Waiting to File for Divorce

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Divorce is never easy. The whole process is long, daunting, expensive, and stressful. Once you have decided that your marriage is over, it may be hard to start the process (e.g. hiring an attorney, filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage). Most importantly, you have to be ready. While there are many personal factors that […]

Child Custody Issues Arising During Stay At Home Order

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The COVID-19  stay at home order imposed by Governor Pritzker specifically allows parents to leave their residences for court ordered child custody exchanges (also known as a parenting exchange). Therefore, the stay at home order, by itself, does not provide a basis for parents to disregard a court ordered parenting exchange. However, some parents are […]


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